Windows has a critical, zero-day flaw and the worst part is that Microsoft has known about it for seven months and can’t seem to fix it.
Homeland Security Issues Warning On Critical Windows Server Bug
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is warning of a Windows Server bug that can give hackers access to any machine on a network.
Microsoft Releases Patch for 17-Year-Old Bug
Better late than never—Microsoft has released an update to a major vulnerability that is some 17 years old.
Microsoft Storage Spaces Bug Slips Through
Microsoft has acknowledged a bug in its Storage Spaces feature that leads to file corruption, and is working on a resolution.
Windows 10 Crosses 1 Billion Device Threshold
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 is now installed on 1 billion monthly active devices.
PSA: NSA Issues Warning About Windows 10 Vulnerability
The National Security Agency (NSA) has issued a press release detailing a severe vulnerability in Windows 10 and encouraging all users to update immediately. According the NSA’s press release, the agency discovered the vulnerability in the Windows 10 cryptography functionality.…
Microsoft Launches New Windows Server Preview
Microsoft announced the launch of its third Technical Preview of Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016, which includes the release of the first public preview of Windows Server Containers as well as new Nano Server functionality and software-defined datacenter…
Google Compute Engine Gains Windows Server Support
Google announced on Tuesday that Windows Server on Google Compute Engine is now generally available. It has been in beta since early December. Compute Engine is now supported by the following operating systems: Operating systems with support outside of Compute…
OrcsWeb Now Offers Complete ASP.NET 4.5 Support
OrcsWeb is one of the leading providers of Microsoft Windows-based cloud and dedicated server hosting solutions. To remain at the top, the company must remain up-to-date on all the latest technologies. Their quick adoption of the latest version of ASP.NET…
OnLive Adjusts Service To Meet Microsoft Licensing Rules
OnLive has changed its popular OnLive Desktop service to bring it into compliance with Microsoft’s licensing rules. OnLive Desktop is now powered by Microsoft’s Windows Server 2008 instead of Windows 7. OnLive Desktop allows users to connect their iPad or…